Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA)
We are undertaking a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) to inform development of our draft Water Resource Management Plan.
The first stage of the SEA process is to produce a Scoping Report, which sets out the baseline environmental conditions and the proposed approach to the assessment of the draft Water Resource Management Plan.
We are consulting on the Scoping Report from 3rd April to 7th May 2017.
Please provide your comments by 6pm on 7th May 2017. You can e-mail your responses to Alex Melling (Amec Foster Wheeler Environment and Infrastructure UK Ltd) at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The findings of the Scoping Report will then be set out in an Environmental Report, which will accompany the draft WRMP during its public consultation process.
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